George A. Weymouth

CFA Service: 1972–1977

George Alexis Weymouth is a painter of portraits and landscapes and is also noted for helping found the Brandywine Conservancy, an organization dedicated to land conservation and cultural preservation in the Brandywine Valley of Pennsylvania; he serves as its board chairman.  Weymouth, a member of the du Pont family, was a close friend of Andrew Wyeth and also helped found the Brandywine Museum, which is dedicated to American art; the collection includes a number of paintings by members of the Wyeth family.  Weymouth served on the Visual Arts Panel of the Pennsylvania Council of the Arts and is the recipient of many awards, including the Cliveden Heritage Preservation Award and the University of Delaware Merit Award for Community Service.  He received his undergraduate degree in American studies from Yale University in 1958.